Fall 2016 fashion shows were quite happening in many ways. Apart from some 
of the not-so-conventional ideas, there were also many trends that were rehashed 
for something new. In the clothing, there were use of amazing colours like pinks 
in a mix of shades, while in shoes, there were mules that replaced the classic 
stilettos for a change. Since a lot has been written about these trends, we thought 
that it would be great if we did a post on jewellery for our readers here. Here are 
the top trends that you can try!

 A lot of pearls: Pearls were all over fall 2016 runways, and it is kind of amazing 
how designers have used it to varied effects. From strings of pearl necklaces to 
more unique ideas, there were accessories that would match the needs of the 
contemporary girl. Given that the fall colours are a tad dark, pearl bounces the 
shine perfectly, and even if you are wearing something soft and subtle, pearls can 
add the right effect. With a nice pair of heels, a great watch and a pearl earring, you 
can even seal the perfect formal meeting. For watches, click here, and to know more 
of the trend, you can check Gucci, Dries Van Noten, and Moschino among others. 

Layered neckpieces: If you follow the online blog sites, you probably know how 
layered neckpieces have emerged as the new thing, and to see the same at leading 
shows like that of Moschino, Valentino and Etro, it is quite an assurance. Layered 
neckpieces are great for creating subtle looks, and you can reduce the use of other 
accessories in a creative way. If you haven’t tried layered neckpieces, always start 
with something soberer, may be as layers of chains with smaller pendants. 
With those styles, you just cannot get wrong. 

More about earrings: Earrings for fall 2016 were a mixed bag. Some of the 
designers like Sonia Rykiel, Stella McCartney, and Maison Margiela worked 
with the whole concept of one-earring thing, which was quite likeable in many 
ways. This is a trend that can work well if you are fond of smaller trends with 
elemental influence. Then there were others, including Cédric Charlier, Simone 
Rocha, and Topshop that worked with asymmetrical designs. If you remember 
2013 and 2014, you probably know how good asymmetrical earrings were in 
those years, mainly in spring, and hence, it is great to see designers work with 
the trend again. 

Bonus trend: There were also a lot of oversized chokers for fall 2016, as seen 
at Loewe, Chanel and Balmain. If you are keen on that glam look for the evening, 
this is something you surely need. 
Hope you liked this post, and we promise to connect with your again. 
Till then, stay in style and keep it cool! 

Author: Suzy Walsh is a fashion blogger and the chief editor and writer for The 
House Of Elegance Fashion – a budding blog on style and fashion. She is mainly 
known for her amazing take on style rules and trends.


  1. I love all of the current jewerly trends, but layering gold necklaces must be my favourite. Works with almost everything :)

    1. I'm doing the same with silver necklaces hahah :D

  2. Great article. Always been a fan of chokers since the 90's

  3. I love the layered look as you can wear a few of your favourites together, especially if you can't decide which ones you would like to put on. I'm not overly keen on chokers though as it doesn't suit everyone I don't think.

    The Life of Dee

  4. I'm not a huge fan of pearls - for some reason I always associate them with my grandmother - but I love love LOVE the layered neckpieces.
    Katja xxx

    1. I'm not a fan of pearls as well, kind of having same thoughts about them as you haha :D

  5. I never ever change my earrings but these are lovely! Pearls are so elegant too!

    1. Thank you for your lovely comment Elizabeth :-)

  6. Ahh i've been obsessed with oversized chokers since the classic J'adore perfume ad from Dior.
    Not a big fan of jewellery but love that you can change an entire outfit's vibe with the simple addition of jewellery!

    1. I'm always wearing a necklace or something on my right wrist :) habits!

  7. Those layered necklaces are so pretty. I especially like the one on the right! I also like the idea of mix-match earrings and other non-typical styles (one ear). I was realllly into earcuffs for a microsecond, last year.

    1. Layering necklaces is so much fun though!

  8. I love chokers, but oversize ones can only fit if you are tall IMO, doesn't fit will all type of face shapes!

    1. You're right, I feel that way too. :D


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